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Hi;

In Solaris when I need do some regular expressions processing within a C
program, I can use regcmp() and regex().

I'd like to know if there's something like that in Linux.

If there's something like regcmp() and regex() in Linux, I'd be glad if some examples were provided.

Thanks in advance

Reginaldo
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by:time4tea
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You can use regcomp() and regexec()

( I just did a ls /usr/man/man3/r* to find this out.... )

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by:rdelfino
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Thanks.

Could you send me examples?

Reginaldo
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time4tea earned 100 total points
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Urm, no I've never used the functions... I assume they are not a million miles different from how you have previously used them in Solaris!
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